Over time a natural mutation started developing in old vineyards resulting in vines with red/pink pigmented grapes. This is referred to by farmers as Rooi Groendruif or simply ‘Rooi-Groen’. This once-common sight is now almost forgotten as many old vineyards were uprooted in the past century. Aromas of wild blossoms, stone fruits and a wet stone-like flintiness. Flavours of peach, nectarine and a touch of ginger fill the textured palate and lingers with soft acidity. Finishing slightly savoury with a light tannin structure. Unique and special.
Platter's Wine Guide 91 Points
WineMag SA 90 Points
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